Trimita Chakma

Trimita Chakma

Communications and Campaigns Consultant

Trimita Chakma is an independent feminist researcher with over 10 years of experience in campaigning for women’s human rights, six years of work experience in ICTs, and an M.Sc. in IT management from Carnegie Mellon University. She has worked with over 80 grassroots communities across 20 countries in the Asia Pacific, building their capacity in using Feminist Participatory Action Research (FPAR) to influence policies and practices on the issues of labour, migration, land rights, climate justice and trade/economic justice. Besides working as Campaigns and Communications Consultant at Public Services International, she is also pursuing an MA in Asian Women's Studies at Ewha Womans University in South Korea.

Video presentation (with English subtitles) by Lee Hyangchoon, President of KPTU Healthcare Workers’ Solidarity Division, South Korea on healthcare workers' struggle to defend and expand public health and care services in the context of public-centered response to the climate crisis in Korea. Presented at PSI event "Fighting for a feminist, decolonised, green social contract: union stories from Asia and Pacific" held on 9 March on the occasion of International Women's Day 2022.


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